This question could have been another 'Why was my answer deleted?', as recently one of my answers got deleted, which was answering the question properly with scriptures. Neither did the moderator give time nor will it help even if I press this issue further. So this post is not about 'Why was my answer deleted?' but the bigger issue I discuss below.
The Main Issue
Historically, the moderators here have hardly responded or shown any interest to address such issues. E.g. In past, I had brought my another deleted answer to Mod's chat room. Which neither did receive proper justification nor the attention it required. You can see the detailed account in this meta post.
Even if they undelete my answer, that's not going to solve the long term problem. Because unless they understand objectivity of when to delete an answer & when not to, people will keep complaining here.
Not that SE has never thought about new moderators in Hinduism. In mid-November I got an email asking if I'm interested in becoming a Mod. See here for more details.
Regardless of any other user becoming moderator, do you feel that we need a change in leadership or direction, on how things are done on Hinduism.SE?
If you can't answer the above question or comment on it, then kindly upvote this post if you agree or downvote if you disagree.
Here you may find some of the earlier unresolved complaints. Similar question was asked before as well: Change the moderators of Hinduism SE Site.
Why do I feel there's "unfair practices" of moderation in Hinduism.SE?
==> Example: My above mentioned answer or this answer are not falling under the "delete criteria" of
not an answer -- mentioned either in this local meta post or this main meta post.
Instead of deleting unsourced answer as mentioned in this query, they target regular users who put proper answers. Proper justifications are not given.
Why do I use word "they"?
==> The other mods might be good on their own. But when unfair deletion or decision happens from particular mod, they support it by remaining passive & not reversing the decision. This can be considered as indirect support.